WWE seemed to overestimate the amount of light needed to make the ring visible and fans took to social media to voice their anger.
Chants even broke out at one point to try and get WWE to dim the brightness.
The problem seemed to impact one side of the iconic baseball stadium in Arizona.
One person tweeted: “Biggest heat tonight is the light shining in everyone’s face. Multiple “Turn the light off!” chants.”
Another said: “I’m dying inside with this light. Entire side is chanting “Turn the light off”.”
The opening match of the official show saw SmackDown Women’s Champion Asuka defend against Becky Lynch.
Fans will hope WWE rectify the problem at some point during the event with lots of action on the card as the Road to WrestleMania begins.
The most intriguing are of course the Men’s and Women’s Royal Rumble matches.
Favourites for the men’s match are Seth Rollins and Braun Strowman.
That’s after the Monster Among Men replaced John Cena on Sunday afternoon before the show.
Charlotte Flair is the overwhelming favourite for the Women’s Royal Rumble match but Becky Lynch could make a surprise appearance if she loses to Asuka.
Other matches on the show include the WWE Champion Daniel Bryan taking on AJ Styles and Universal Champion Brock Lesnar defending against Finn Balor.
RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey will also face Sasha Banks.
Superstars will be trying to impress with WrestleMania 35 around the corner.
The entertainment extravaganza takes place at MetLife Stadium on Sunday, April 7.